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(Members, Ex-Members From Bad Religion, Dillinger Escape Plan, Nine Inch Nails)

Epitaph 86666

Released on February 24, 2004


Like a scream looking for a mouth, Error tear through the five tracks on this e.p. pissing on the dying embers of what we have come to accept as hardcore today. If punk is change then Error is the future. This is the sound of man and machine but they do not live in harmony - infact one wonders whether Error is working with their equipment or fighting against it. In a time where the Empire strikes first and Clay Aitken can sell 700,000 in a week our discontent will not go unnoticed. Error turns these frustrations into sound.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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# Song Name Popularity
1 Nothing's Working Voted #1  33%
2 Homicide Voted #3  17%
3 Burn In Hell  17%
4 Jack The Ripper Voted #2  22%
5 Brains Out  11%
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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Jun 26 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I bought this for two reasons: It's on Epitaph, and I thought they sounded like Mindless Self-Indulgence. Turns out they aren't much like MSI. I don't listen to screeching techno-metal, so I don't know how to rate it. I gave it an extra star because the art was neat, and Jack The Ripper was okay, but I'm not planning to make any more Errors.

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Kyle from Mount Vernon, OH 
Mar 18 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Not one weak track on this EP, Grade A electro-punk. Its a shame theres nothing out about this band and Error does'nt seem to be around anymore. Damn

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Nancy from La Mesa, CA 
Dec 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i usually do not like this style of music, but i think this cd is awsesome! i listen to it on the way to work and it pumps me up! buy it you will like it!

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Kelly from Steamboat Springs, CO 
Nov 4 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This CD is totally a cheesy Mike Patton W/ Dillinger Escape Plan meets a cheesy NIN. It's more electronic though. I wouldn't reccomend it to most people. If you like hardcore electronica maybe, but it is short and expensive for what you get. I can't belive Epitaph picked this up... what am I talking about, yes I can.

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Grant from Lubbock, TX 
Mar 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This EP is holy and righteous. Call themselves hardcore punk or something, but it's really just industrial. Really hope that they release a new album [full-legnth] because I can't find any other industrial band as vigorously pissed-off as they are. Surprising that Brett from bad religion was on here. Apparently you can make good albums even if you're in other, shitty bands. Anyways, I think this is a worth-while investment.

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Adam from Chicago, IL 
Dec 27 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's hard to rate this album. It's really annoying, but sometimes you can ignore that and enjoy it. Techno-fuzzatronic. Thrill Kill Kult and a nerdier Mike Patton. I don't listen to it, but I guess it's good, and as long as nobody talks about it, I'll keep it.

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John from Carmel, IN 
Jul 31 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow. when i first listened to this i was like "hey! sounds a little like nine inch nails" but little did i know that one of the band members IS fron nine inch nails!!!! wow. I really like industrial music, and i really like dark hardcore punk, and this short ablum really speaks to me. it doesn't have like a poetic value....its more of a "hey lets all get hogwild" value. but it is pretty intense and very well donen. excellent sutdio quality. it gets 5 out of 5 because i mess trent rexnor and this makes me want to rave with glowsticks and punch someone in the face at the same time.

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